A childhood experience instills purpose in founder of Warner Robins Genesis Joy House Homeless Shelter.
There’s no doubt that springtime is beautiful. Flowers begin to bloom, birds start singing earlier and earlier, and summer is just around the corner. But when April showers come to bring us blooming plant life, they bring pests, like mosquitos, along with them. Here are some ways you can prevent mosquitos from ruining your spring:
Effingham County Navigator Team provides friendship, support and recreation to families with children with disabilities.
The biggest threat to your home may surprise you. Whether you’re fighting against severe storms or leaky pipes, water in any part of your home puts the integrity of your home and safety at risk. Damage due to water can disrupt your day-to-day life and bring a myriad of problems along with it. Sources of water problems:
Our Giving Garden partners with other non-profits to provide organic vegetables and a safe space.
At Cingo, it’s our job to keep your family safe and secure. In this time of worldwide crisis, that duty is even more critical.
Charleston native Joe Moore created what he couldn’t find — a safe way to return to the water sports he loved as a child.
Charitable Hearts for Children Savannah provides scholarships to students who have lost a parent or guardian and bereavement training to educators.
All In For Miller helps families with financial burdens associated with coping with a child's illness.
Cingo, Inc., a market leader in the home services industry setting out to redesign how homeowners protect their home, today announced the appointment of a new company executive to help drive Cingo’s expansion throughout the southeastern United States. Azalea Moore, a sales leader in the biotechnology industry, is the Director of Brand Strategy for Cingo and its portfolio of brands.